Stories about LGBTQ+ from September, 2007
India: Lesbians and Values
Confessions From The Closet writes blogging about being a lesbian and a few harsh comments.
Mexico: Discriminatory Tendencies of Mexico City Youth
The recent National Youth Poll found that many youth in Mexico City would not accept having a homosexual as a neighborhoor or live with someone with HIV/AIDS. Vivir Mexico [ES] takes a look at these findings and writes “we have a lot of work to do.”
Sri Lanka: A Lesbian Advertisement?
Some of Cerno‘s friends feel that a particular advertisement has lesbian undertones. People in the comments section don't seem to quite agree.
Arabeyes: Homophobia in Kuwait
Kuwaiti blogger Frankom (Ar) writes an explosive post about what he thinks of homosexuals in his country, sparking a debate among his readers. Amira Al Hussaini translates his post from Arabic.
Gay Storm Brewing in Kuwait
After Lebanon, the LGBT storm is making its way to Kuwait, writes Egyptian blogger Zeinobiya in this post. “This is not a surprise to me because Homosexuality is well known in Kuwait and it is something most Arabs know ,by the way here I am not attacking Kuwait heavens forbid...
India: Homosexuality and Crime
To Each Its Own on homosexuality in India, its legal perception and the issue of criminality.
Ugandan bloggers reminisce
For the blogren, this has been the week to remember their childhoods. Their posts — touching, witty, inspiring — give insight into the diversity of Ugandan youth.